Thank God its Thursday folks, which means we are so very close to Friday! FYI- I’m a total nervous/joyous wreck because I can’t wait for all the fun stuff coming to the blog very soon!! From the launch of the brand new site just days away, to a stellar lineup of style files, collaborations, interviews and much, much more! Stay tuned!!
In the meantime, check out this week’s top five!
1. Miu Miu Ruffled Dress
I don’t know what it is, but Miu Miu just does it for me. Collection after collection I find myself in awe of the silhouettes, the unique color palettes, and pieces just like this cotton/organza number. First of all, let me say, this cut for spring is so spot on, it almost hurts (in a good way).. The slight drop waist is ferocious and the mix of simply chic cotton and glam silk organza- I literally cannot handle. I want to wear this dress. I want to dress it up with sky high resort 13 Charlotte Olympia pumps (like these)…
and I want to dress it down with chuck’s- high tops baby! (Not joking).
I’m so down for this dress.
2. Street Chic- Harpers Bazaar
I’ve been in obsession mode over this editorial, shot by Tommy Ton with gorg models Anne V and Jessica Hart for like, ever now. This shoot brings to life almost everything I love about styling, and why fashion is so powerful. The styling in this shoot is so flipping hot and the models bring it on home. We’ve got bright florals, color block, tie dye, mixed prints, orange fur, polka dot pant suits, nautical stripes galore and so much red lipstick it could make the most glam diva’s head spin. I fa-reacking- LOVE IT. The trends are now, but will remain totally relevant 50 years from now, mark my words. Amazing.
Obsess over this here.
3. I Love You by 2NE1
Music is sups important to me. Pandora gets fired up as soon as my feet hit the ground in the morn, continues on the way to work, during work, so on and so forth (all damn dizzay). It rocks my world. That being said, music is totally crucial to my workouts. I don’t think I’d make it past 5 minutes if it were silent so, it’s totes beneficial to have an always evolving workout playlist of motivating songs. One of my faves right now is by a four member Korean girl band called 2NE1. I shazamed the crap out of this song while in my spinning class and we’ve been besties ever since.
Image via here.
4. Cookies and Cream Cookies
If you’re looking for a very intriguing new cookie recipe, I suggest trying this recipe from Taste and Tell- Cookies and Cream Cookies. These would be absolutely perfect for the kiddies, and are a little different from the normal joe-shmo choc chip thing.
Find recipe here.
5. Kelly Wearstler Jewelry
If you’ve been keeping up with my bloggy posts for a while, you’re probably pretty clear on my obsessions.. they come out in various ways but the amount of times Zimmerman Clothing, bananas, Stella McCartney, peanut butter and Pamela Love are referenced is.. well.. bananas! It’s true, I love the crap out of these things, esp Pamela Love jewelry. She gets me, she just gets me, but guess what Pamela- there’s a new designer in town- Kelly Wearstler (I still love you, Pamela). Kelly produces fab clothes, fab jewels AND happens to be an interior designer and former playmate (say whaaat?) She rocks.
Have a smiley weekend!
This past weekend, I fired up the oven to make my weekly batch of baked eggs. I’ve made these eggs a million and a half times, they are a must in my weekday life. These little baked slices of heaven give me the fuel I need between work, blogging, dashing to the gym and they are yum (huge plus). This week I threw in some baby spinach with the egg and seasoned with cumin, paprika and chili powder. I usually stay away from over seasoning these with salt because honestly you don’t need it, and who wants all that bloat? Not muah. In case you missed it, these little bite sized baked eggs are super easy, just turn the oven to 375, spray your muffin tin with your fave nonstick spray, pour in egg (whites or with yolk), whatever veggies you choose, light seasoning, bake for 25 minutes and voila!
Since the oven was already on, and I had a few spare minutes… I tried a little recipe I’ve been thinking about for a while- Spicy Chickpeas! This is a great go-to snack with just enough kick to satisfy your craving for something caliente.
1 Can Chickpeas, drained
1 Tbsp Vegetable Oil
1 Tsp Cumin
1 Tsp Paprika
1 Tsp Chili Seasoning (any hot seasoning will work)
Step 1: Preheat to 375
Step 2: Combine all ingredients in a small bowl, lay across a baking sheet.
Step 3: Bake for 25-35 minutes, flipping every 10-15 minutes
Step 4: Let cool, enjoy!
I would recommend baking longer than I did; mine didn’t come out as crunchy as desired but still very flavorful and yummy. These are a great snicky snack or great with a salad! Yum!
Let me know if you try either of these and what you think! I love getting your e-mails and pics when you try a recipe!!
I happily stumbled upon this article on Refinery 29, titled “Future Perfect! Big Goals for Your 20s, 30s, 40s…” This article peaked my interest immediately because I happen to be a very goal oriented person. Creating goals for yourself, whether they are small immediate ones, or big lofty ones for the future, is so important. Goals help to create focus in your life, to help you act with intention, motivate past circumstance, inspire creativity and produce results. I really liked this article because it first defines goals versus intentions, and how useful the distinction can be in determining your successes, and moves into specifics in each decade of development starting with your teenage years.
I found each decade more interesting than the last, each opening my eyes to insights on developmental stages, as well as the importance of experience and reflection. For instance, when the writer describes the teenage years, she describes years of dependence and approval seeking from the teenager’s friends and romantic relationships. The challenge of intention to teenagers posed is to foster their unique interests, and to break away from the pack.
For the 20s, the intention is to dive into your own interests, to embrace “the me, in your me decade.” This blurb is infinitely touching to me, as I of course am in my mid-twenties and constantly learning what it is to be “me.” The twenties are all about experience and discovery, with a little bit of reflection to foster real distinctions between what you want, what you need, and what your gut truly tells you.
For the 30s, clarity in what you will “give birth to,” the author states so profoundly. Giving birth to what will be your life’s work- whether it be a business, a cause, a baby, whatever the path may be (or some mix of all of those things), your 30s are that time to find that path, based on the interests found in your teens, fostered in your 20s, and the wisdom you’ve acquired with time, experience and age thus far.
The 40s are all about creating fulfillment after powering through your productive 30s. The author suggests that by the time you are in your 40s, you’re likely established both in your job, family, and attitude. Try something that will propel you to a deeper fulfillment, resist the temptation to go on auto-pilot, getting stuck in endless obligations and commitments, and do something that makes you feel involved and engaged in your life.
In your 50s, reinvention. The author touches on an important topic for many men and women who have focused on parenting in their 20s, 30s and 40s, and that is, in a phrase- empty nest syndrome. Many parents focus their time, energy and lives around their children- fostering their education, their activities, their interests and when those babies become big babies and leave home, suddenly lives are drastically changed. So what’s next? The drive to reinvent and leave a legacy. Many adults in their 50s use this time to really do what they enjoy doing, sans kids. They dive into new interests pre-retirement, and focus on finding what they really want at a totally different point in their life.
The article stops at 50s, strangely enough, but leaves the 60s, 70s, 80s, and maybe even 90s (you healthy thing, you) to the imagination. I really enjoyed reading the author’s thoughts on life stages and found it empowering on many levels. Let me know what you think and if you agree with the author?
All photos via here. Read the full article here.
Have a lovey dovey Tuesday!
Happy Monday everybody!! So good to see your beautiful face, once again. I hope you had a wonderful, relaxing weekend, just like I did! It’s been awhile since I’ve done a weekend recap, so I think we are well overdue. I had yet another three day weekend, full of good food, great friends, and plenty of fun. (Hiii mint nails, fresh!)
I kicked off Thursday evening at happy hour with one of my girlfriends at a lovely Mexican restaurant. We sipped on sangria and discussed the latest, all while enjoying the beautiful atmosphere.
From there I hopped on over to dinner at one of my favorite Italian restaurants, ever and had an amazing chicken salad with some more sangria. Mmmm. ;)
Friday started off with a super fun Zumba class, followed by a little “me” time. I spent the day in beautiful Folsom, shopping and strolling around. I picked up some great new items for my house and tons of yummy mangos!
I’m looking forward to trying some new recipes with these this week!
Saturday, my main squeeze and I headed over to the Sacramento Beer & Chili Festival in the park! We spent the day in the sun, sipping every type of beer there is and it was a TON of fun. This festy really got me in the mood for another wonderful summer coming up. I’m a total sun baby so as soon as it’s bright outside, I want to go everywhere and do everything!!
Ps- check out this dude’s shoes! I thoroughly enjoy leather in the hot, hot sun.
Spent a lot of time with the biggest puppy I know (isn’t he the cutest??)
Dinner at a new (to me) spot, so yum! I loved the Asian chicken salad, mmmm.
Sunday was pretty mellow, spent the morning at brunch with my girlfriend and finished watching a movie (Zero Dark Thirty- so crazy good) in the evening. A quick bite and off to bed!
What did you do this weekend??
We are on the heels of yet another fab weekend in paradise!! The rain has stopped in my corner of the world for now, so on to enjoy the clear blue skies! Hope you have a lovely eve and on to our top five!!
1. Hattie Stewart for UO, the “Everything Is Just So F*ckin’ Fabulous Collection”
Illustrator and artist Hattie Stewart has partnered with one of our fave spots- Urban Outfitters for a delightfully sarcastic collection titled the, “Everything is Just So F*ckin’ Fabulous Collection.” This collection shows off Hattie’s unique brand of cartooning that has made her famous and adored by fashion houses everywhere. Hattie has collaborated with some of the biggest and best in the fashion world, everyone from Marc Jacobs, to House of Holland, to Diesel. I love the humor of these pieces, framed with cynicism, while remaining fresh, young, and hip. Hattie is right on trend with what we will be seeing for spring/summer- lettered tees, screen prints, tons of color with a touch of 90’s throwback. F*ckin’ fabulous, Hattie.
2. Plank it Out April
You’ve all done it, you’ve all heard of it, but how many of you do it on the reg? I’m talking about planks. Planks are the perfect ab workout, while also working your entire body! They totally rock, but you know what they totally suck. I’ve been working the past couple of weeks on improving the amount of time I can stay in a plank position. I’m trying all of the poses- the regular plank, the elbow plank, the side planks. I’ve increased my time little by little each time I try but am still not where I want to be. I have noticed an overall improvement in the strength of my arms, as well as my abs, but the coolest part is the mental benefits. While in the plank position, exercise not only your muscles but your focus; train your mind to concentrate on exactly what you are doing and nothing else. Feel the power of your quiet mind, and find that inner strength that compels you to go that extra 10 seconds, it freakin’ rocks! Soul food, baby. To start April off right, my challenge to all of you is to start planking every other day. Try with your absolute best time, and build. At the end of April let me know your progress and we’ll compare!
Image via the Fitnessista.
3. Tofu Salad with Sesame and Cilantro
If you’re anything like me, come the warmer months you are not dying to go home to hang out by the blazing oven or slave over the piping hot stove.. ick. No, we want to prepare something sans-heat that is both fresh and healthy. Try this recipe for a warm weather dinner- tofu salad with sesame and cilantro. This is heat-less, meat-less and takes less than 5 minutes to prepare- no brainer. It’s literally as easy as dicing up some tofu, fresh cilantro, and combining with a healthy dressing to make one seriously yummy salad! Yes.
Recipe found here.
4. The Rainbow House
If you’re in the market for some new digs, you may want to give a holler to the current owners of this colorful four bedroom London abode, currently for sale and titled the Rainbow House. As you can see, the rainbow house is bright, it’s bold and it’s for the most non-boring people you know. I love the bright floors, and if you click to the story, the spiral rainbow staircase. Not everyone can be so loud and proud, but the use of bold prints and bright colors can certainly serve as some inspiration for all of our homes.
Click here to see more.
5. Kate Spade for Keds
The poppy flash of Kate Spade style mixed with the comfort and sensibility of Keds sneakers? DOWN! Check out the latest and greatest designer collab to hit the streets (literally), the Kate Spade and Keds collection. These high fashion sneaks are the perfect addition for your spring/summer wardrobe with bright colors, capped toes, and tons of polka dots. Love, love, love.
#tbt on set with @trumpette thanks @laurilevenfeld for the photo! 😘
Mmm chocolate, mmm banana, MMMmm muffins!! There are certain foods I always keep on hand, no matter what, all the damn time. I like to think this keeps me organized, on top of my diet and totally ready to make good choices instead of icky ones. One of these foods is bananas.
Bananas are delish and reallyyy super good for you. Bananas are chalk full of potassium, helping to reduce high blood pressure which can lead to strokes, along with a myriad of other health problems. Bananas are also remarkably low in sodium and proven to protect eyesight, ease depression, treat anemia, soothe heartburn, lower cholesterol, improve skin and aid in weight loss (ow ow!). With benefits like these, among so many others, who wouldn’t want to keep these yummy fruits on hand??
When bananas start to mush, my instincts point in one direction- bake, bake, bake. This week I had three mushy nanners, just waiting to become something delicious, so I tried a recipe for cocoa banana muffins. This recipe uses ripe bananas, cocoa, yogurt, macadamia nuts and white chocolate chips to make a yummy semi-sweet treat. I brought these in for my coworkers (as per usual) and they were gone within the hour! This would be a great breakfast muffin, even with the choc chips, because it is not overly sweet.
8 Tbsp Unsalted Butter
2/3 Cup Brown Sugar
2 Large Eggs
¼ Cup Cocoa Powder
3 Tbsp Boiling Water
3 Ripe Bananas
¼ Cup Nonfat Yogurt (You can use your preferred type, not greek though)
1 Tsp Pure Vanilla Extract
2 Cup All Purpose Flour
2 Tsp Baking Powder
½ Tsp Baking Soda
¼ Tsp Salt
¾ Cup Macadamia Nuts
¼ Cup White Chocolate Chips (could use regular chocolate chips)
Step 1: Preheat the oven to 375, spray muffin pan or line with liners.
Step 2: Beat butter, brown sugar, and eggs until mixed well.
Step 3: In a small bowl, measure out the cocoa powder and add the boiling water, mixing into a paste, and then add to butter mixture.
Step 4: In a medium bowl, mash the three bananas, add the yogurt, vanilla extract, flour, baking powder, baking soda, salt and blend well.
Step 5: Add the macadamia nuts and chocolate chips, blend mixture, distribute evenly.
Step 6: Bake for 25 minutes, remove from oven and let cool.
Happy Tuesday everybody!!
The birds are chirping, the sun is shining and I am ready for another week! I’m ready for some 80 degree days, but for now I’ll settle for that in between thing we’ve got going on. Yesterday I spent my day off cleaning, prepping for the week, cardio at the gym and then a little jaunt around town with my girlfriend.
It was about 70 degrees all day but threatening rain, so I went with a maxi skirt and a short sleeve top. I absolutely die over this skirt, it is so comfortable and I’ve styled it a million and a half ways.
The blue ombre makes it incredibly versatile and I love the super sexy slit in the leg.
This time, I paired it with an oversized leopard top, tying it in the front to give a little waist definition, with suede camel booties.
For jewelry I had a full out arm party with two floral bangles, a spiked bracelet and beaded bangles. When throwing on a ton of bracelets, always mix neutrals with prints, varieties of shapes and styles to really bring attention to your arm party. Don’t be afraid to pair animal prints against florals, stripes with florals, etc. There are no rules.
H&M Leopard Top, Anthropologie Ombre Maxi Skirt, Dolce Vita Booties, H&M Floral Bangles, Beaded Bangles, Spike Bracelet.
Oh heyyy boys and girls!
It’s Thursday once again! It’s sunny and gorgeous outside and I have had a truly remarkable week so far. Looking forward to the holiday weekend and in honor of Easter coming up this Sunday, an egg-xtra (couldn’t resist) special Top Five- Easter style to really get you in the mood to hunt for some eggs and bask in the sweet glow of this fun-filled family holiday! Everything from style options to appetizer ideas, I’ve got you covered. So let’s not wait another minute, this week’s Top Five!
1. Perfectly Pastel in Nina Ricci
For your Easter day festivities, don’t let me catch you covered in anything that doesn’t scream fresh, springy and 100% bouncy- just like a bunny, hunny. Growing up, my Mama would always dress me in a pastel frilly dress for church on Easter.. I’m talking every pleat and floral pattern you can think of, with the matching embellished socks (hot). As I’ve gotten older, I now go for something a little more subtle, but with the same idea- go festive or go home. Just like this silk chiffon Nina Ricci wonder- pastel pink lace with panels and pleats and a whole lot of feminine loveliness going on. I can totally see this dress at a backyard party, chasing around the kiddies while they get hyped up on boiled eggs and candy. Or I can see this dress cooking in the kitchen, surrounded by family, sipping on a glass of pinot. This dress can do it all and I love it.
2. Deviled Eggs
If there was ever a holiday that celebrates eggs, Easter is it. I’m a huge fan of eggs, esp egg whites, so I obvi adore deviled eggs. There are so many fab recipes out there for deviled eggs, so pick your fave and go with it! This recipe, brought to you by Sweet Frosting uses dyed eggs with a traditional recipe, yum!
Recipe found here.
3. Tory Burch Floral Bracelet
I wasn’t kidding when I said it’s all about the pastels for me this Easter. Try this floral hinge bracelet by one of my truest loves- Tory Burch. This bracelet is perfect if you want to just wear one statement piece, or have a full on arm party, just do what feels right. I love the boldness of the colors, the floral design and the art deco style, so adorbs.
4. Get Some Color on Your Man
Don’t let your man walk out that door without a little color this Easter. If you are a man reading this, you probably already rock the patterned pocket square or the floral socks, (kudos you hottie)! If you’re one of the many, many men that are afraid of color (you’re not alone), but let’s work it out. Color can be tons of fun, and it’s not as scary as you might think (besides, look at these two men, they’re having a freaking ball!!) Throw on a pink blazer, grab those blue trousers, try the colorful tie, pocket square, cufflinks or socks, it is all good, dudes, just do it.
Image via here.
5. DIY Easter Garland
Now this is just cute. If you’ve got a couple of little babes running around, wrangle them at the craft table for a super easy but fun DIY project. This Easter egg garland is made with paint sample cards, you know, the ones you get for free at the hardware store (score), and string. This project is easy on the wallet and easy on the eyes, love! Tutorial found here.
I have a BIG, no HUGE announcement for all of you today!! My blog, this blog, the one and only- Everything’s A Thing will be moving in less than TWO weeks to an ALL brand, ALL spankin’, ALL new spot!!! It’s true! I’m moving my little bloggy over to a bigger bloggy, under it’s own name, with an all new design and brand, courtesy of the talented and wonderful Haley Titus of Colour Me Classic. That means, more fashion, more food, more fitness, and more
inappropriate completely appropriate commentary!! (I’ll cheers to that) ;)
I could not be more excited for the unveiling, as we have been talking about this for weeks and it is something I have wanted to do since I started Everything’s A Thing almost 200 posts ago! This is a huge step for Everything’s A Thing and I can’t wait for you all to see it (it looks haut).
In addition to the all new site, Everything’s A Thing will now be on Facebook, Pinterest and all the other fab feeds we all know and love. Stay tuned for links, updates and more info to come! I can’t wait! :)
Give me a little sunshine and a few hours of nothing on the schedule, and who knows where I may end up.. Exhibit A- this past weekend. I had another three day weekend to look forward to and what did I decide to do? Make it a four day and take a little trip to the town of Sonoma (cheers to a flexible work week).
You may recall that I was just in Napa two weeks ago- exploring the wineries, making friends, eating glorious food, but we never ventured to Sonoma on that trip.. What a tragedy, what an oversight, so much so- I had to fix it. After finding the perfect lodge to lay our head, my girlfriend and I jumped in my little car and headed for a couple more days in wine country.
Getting dressed for our adventure was easy; I wanted something flirty, comfortable and fun to wear. I went for a drop waist dress with a galaxy print by MADE for Impulse that I snagged recently. I adore the higher neckline and the sleeveless cut on this dress. In case I caught a chill, I threw a Free People linen moto jacket over it and paired the look with my favorite leather booties. To pull it all together, I topped it off with my new favorite cap from Offical Crown of Laurel.
Ask and you shall receive. This amazing printed hat caught my eye at a spot in midtown, where I spotted a man wearing it. I immediately asked him where he got it, how can I get one, yada-yada and lucky for me, he is part of the Official Brand team! My new friend and I got to talking about this brand, the style behind it, the intricate details of each cap, and he gave me a couple of styles to rock for myself! (Total score).
This cap is totally hot with a lime green background, a fun print, and a bamboo logo. I love the effortless skater meets California living style that the Official Brand brings. They’re young, they’re fresh, and I love it.
Official Brand is available online here, and sold in stores internationally, including our own Heritage Footwear and Apparel, Kitson and many other stores in CA. They offer flat bill hats, beanies, t-shirts, jackets and other hot merch. Check out their blog here and their story here. You won’t be sorry.
This Style File was shot at our very first stop on the trip- Cornerstone Gardens. Cornerstone is the home of a series of beautiful gardens, art installations, tasting rooms and restaurants, right outside of Sonoma. As you can see, I had a ton of fun with this one- beautiful grounds, fun fit, and a little bit of wine, yes. ;)
Stay Official, babes.
Today is Thursday and I am enjoying a beautiful day off, so I will get right to it! This week’s top five!
1. Eric Hutchinson
Every morning starts the same for me- start the coffee pot, turn on some music. Like most young peeps, I love Pandora for the variety and portability it offers. I’ve discovered many of my favorites on Pandora and never tire of it! One of my recent discoveries on Pandora was Eric Hutchinson. Eric caught my ear with his soulful sounds, and dynamic songwriting. He’s something of a musical lovechild between Jason Mraz and Brett Dennan (without all the folky political commentary). I like him, and let me say, each new song I hear gets better and better.
2. Elvira ‘t Hart Graduation Project
The Graduation Project is a fascinating project, diving into the ideas of how a 2D drawing and a 3D material can relate to one another. A designer’s sketch, when first laid out on paper is a general conceptual vision of what they intend to create in 3D. This project looks at how interpret or misinterpret 2D and 3D images, and how our minds fill in the missing information. Rad.
Check it here.
3. Prada Floral Heeled Peep Toe
If you’re looking for a beautiful statement spring/summer peeptoe, then I have the pair for you! The Prada Floral Heeled Peep Toe! Made in Italy and effortlessly cool, the floral detail is so literal but oddly enough, subtle, leading to millions of style options! I can see this heel with a bright colored cocktail dress or a cropped trouser for Sunday brunch. You decide.
4. Healthy Angel Food Cake
Angel food cake is one of my absolute favorite summer desserts for those eating outside type of evenings with the fam. Usually served with fresh strawberries and a dollop of whipped cream, it’s a lighter option next to heavier cakes and ice creams. I love this recipe as it uses premium ingredients to significantly reduce the calorie count of this delicious dessert and increase the nutritional value! From 250 calories to 90?? Yes, please.
Recipe found here.
5. Grocery Lists
Alright babies, it’s almost summer and it’s time to shed that winter coat! You’ve heard me harp on the importance of meal planning over and over again, but just as important is a grocery list! Just like you’ve heard peeps say “don’t go to the grocery store when you’re hungry,” don’t go to the grocery store when you’re list-less! Knowing what you need as oppose to what you want is a sure way you will leave the grocery store without buying a bunch of icky foods with extra salt, fat and cals. One of my fave blogs- Blogilates wrote out a fab listing of a ton of healthy options to grab on your weekly grocery trip! Check them out here.
If you like funfetti, and you like cake, then hold on to your seat…. A FAB recipe coming at ya, courtesy of one of my favorite blogs Eat Yourself Skinny! This dip is one of the easiest things in the world to make, only calls for three ingredients, and is always a crowd pleaser. It’s a “skinny” recipe because it uses mostly fat free ingredients. Amaze.
I’ve made this recipe several times for parties and gatherings, and have never had any complaints. This past weekend I made it once again for my best friend’s bridal shower. It was a great party with tons of food and tons of desserts. The dip turned out fantastic.
See Eat Yourself Skinny for recipe.
“I am wearing green!!” Over and over I pointed with my poppy pink nails to the leaves on my floral scarf that were in fact, green. St. Patrick’s Day, which fell on Sunday this year, was a lot of fun. I started out on the roof top with a couple of girlfriends sipping mimosas, and ended up trying my first Irish Car Bomb which led to eventually strolling around midtown enjoying the festivities. It was a gorgeous 75 degree day in California, and reaffirmed to me once again, why I love this time of year.
For St. Patrick’s Day/Sunday Funday, I went with a striped pink and white trapeze dress with a floral scarf and black beetle booties. This pink dress is one of my faves because it is so carefree and amazingly comfortable, perfect for a casual day in the sun. I chose the same floral scarf from last week’s post because I love how springy it is!
Style tip- try tying your scarfs at the ends to make an infinity scarf, it’s a great option to make them stretch throughout your wardrobe.
My black booties were perfect for hopping around town. I kept the jewelry very minimal and my hair down. (Ps- I totally chopped 4 inches off of my hair this weekend! What what!)
Hope you had a lovely weekend and a fab St. Patrick’s!
H&M Trapeze Dress, H&M Floral Scarf, H&M Wooden Bangle and Beaded Bangles, DV by Dolce Vita Faven Booties.